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... got our first inkling that some areas may not be up to scratch. Our rooms had not yet been cleaned, although it appeared that there was only one other couple in the whole ...
... his goats for tea. While his neighbours sprout satellite dishes, Badal House has none – but it is all immaculately cleaned, washed and swept by his 17 year old
daughter, Booja, who also does the cooking.
Mr Singh apologises for the simplicity of the fare; but he has no need to. Tea, made with water from the well and lightly spiced with crushed ginger, is served on request upon a tray with china cups and a teapot. ...
Purely as it is 'the done thing' decided i ought to go on an overnight 'camel safari' into the Thar desert. Packages from Jaisalmer cost 1200 rupees so instead i caught a local bus to Khuri for 30 rupees and headed for Badal's guesthouse. He organises overnight trips for 550 rupees! Spent the afternoon chilling at his place then was picked up ...
After Narlai we headed to Rohet which is in a much drier, more desert-like part of Rajasthan, and as such is much less densely populated. This time our group was split between 2 properties owned by the same family: Manjeet and Georgie were in Rohet, the family home for the last 400 years or so, a colonial-style property full of photos and memorabilia from previous generations; and the Wickens' were in Mirh Garh, a ...
... are having a good time and learning a lot, though. What strikes me is how great the people are - - - they are so kind and generous. Everyone seems to have a genuine interest in us and our culture, too. We've learned that in India, many family members reside under one roof. Typically, the sons marry and then continue to live with their parents ...